Thursday, November 10, 2011

October Morning and Banner Project

October Morning, L. Daniel, 6 x 8, SOLD


I am a little behind in posting, but this is a little plein air piece I did a few weeks ago when it was still October (is time flying by or is it just me?) At that point, our fall color was just emerging and now it's at full peak. It's not like New England, mind you, but it's pretty beautiful. 


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In other news...

"Happy Trails Art Banner Project"

Banners featuring 55 juried artists' work are currently 
hanging in historic, downtown Georgetown, Texas.
I am pleased to have the painting below included the project.
Of course I had to visit the display and get a photo of my banner!

6 comments:

Barbara M. said...

Love the painting and the gorgeous photo of you with your banner. Must be nice having weather like that. We're digging out all of our winter gear -- thankful every day that it hasn't snowed...yet.

Wonderful work. Congratulations.

XOXOXOXOXOXBarbara

Celeste Bergin said...

just discovered your blog...beautiful work!

Kathy Cousart said...

October morning is gorgeous. Your paintings just have such a sense of timelessness and peace about them. Love that! The trees are beautiful and love the reflections in the water.
What a fun honor to be juried in and have a gorgeous painting on a banner. Both you and the banner look beautiful! Fun to see:) Congrats!

Debbi Smith Rourke said...

Gorgeous painting and fabulous banner. Love the photo with you and the tree behind makes the banner fit right into the scene. Congrats!! xoxo

Belinda Del Pesco said...

You sure rock that banner, my friend! Your beautiful art looks PERFECTLY placed - and more so with your lovely self in front of that banner. Hearty congrats for being in the Current Banner project, and I'm so glad to know we have now officially exhibited together! Big smiles over here. Pass the chocolate cream pie!

Tracey Mardon said...

Congratulations Laurel. So great to see you in front of the wonderful banner painting. And the highlights on October morning are like little gems!
Hugs,
Tracey